Update: Jared Fogle Expected To Plead Guilty, Fired From Subway

UPDATE: Subway has officially severed ties with Jared Fogle, according to a tweet from the company. The announcement comes hot off the heels of reports on Tuesday that Fogle is expected to plead guilty to child pornography charges.

This article was originally published on July 7, 2015.

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Jared Fogle, the man who lost 200 pounds by eating sandwiches and becoming a spokesman for Subway, may have to speak out about another issue: whether or not he has any involvement with child pornography.

This morning, authorities in Zionsville, IN, raided Fogle's suburban home. Fox-59 broke the story, reporting that police have issued warrants in connection with a child-pornography investigation.

Fogle is also at the helm of the Jared Foundation, an organization he founded to help eliminate childhood obesity through awareness-raising programs and activities.

In May, Russell Taylor, the former director of the foundation, attempted to commit suicide in his jail cell after being charged with seven counts of production of childhood pornography and one count of possession of childhood pornography. When cops raided Taylor's house, they found more than 200 child-porn tapes.

Though the FBI would not confirm details beyond the presence of an investigation in the area, Fogle was seen exiting an evidence truck parked in his driveway.

Earlier this morning, the IndyStar's Madeline Buckley was periscoping from the scene. She managed to record a video, too:

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